Hugo N. Olaiz

HUGO OLAIZ {[email protected]} grew up in Argentina. After his LDS mission, he moved to the United States to study linguistics. He has published in Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought and Sunstone magazine. He lives in Oxford, Ohio with his husband John-Charles Duffy and a Russell Terrier named Percy.

Addendum to Jacob Sorensen’s Patriarchal Blessing

Articles/Essays – Volume 55, No. 2

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Poema de Halloween, 2001

Articles/Essays – Volume 50, No. 3

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Like the Rose

Articles/Essays – Volume 30, No. 3

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Gay and Lesbian Mormons: Interviews with James Kent, Former Executive Director of Affirmation, and with Aaron Cloward, Founder and Coordinator of Gay LDS Youth

Articles/Essays – Volume 33, No. 3

Dialogue 33.3 (Fall 2000): 123–136
Hugo Oliaz intervews two important figures in LDS LGBTQ organzing, a former diretor of Affirmation and the founder of Gay LDS Youth, a group that briefly flourished in the early 2000s. A great resource for learning more about LDS LGBTQ organizing in this period. 

Correlated Praise: The Development of the Spanish Hymnal

Articles/Essays – Volume 35, No. 2

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The Siege of Troy

Articles/Essays – Volume 39, No. 3

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The Birth of Tragedy

Articles/Essays – Volume 44, No. 2

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The Kirtland Temple as a Shared Space: A Conversation with David J. Howlett

Articles/Essays – Volume 47, No. 1

Dialogue 47.1 (Spring 2014): 104–123
An oral interview between an LDS Member and a Community of Christ member regarding the history of the Kirtland Temple. They explain that despite differences in religious beliefs, people can still form friendships and cooperate.